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KARACHI: Sindh Schooling Minister Saeed Ghani has hinted on the attainable postponement of examination for the tutorial 12 months because of the extended closure of academic establishments owing to the novel coronavirus pandemic within the nation.

Ghani made the remarks whereas speaking to the media after a gathering of the steering committee on schooling to debate the continued schooling scenario. “We all agreed that we should be in a hurry to hold exams and ensure that at least 60% of the curriculum is taught comprehensively.”

The provincial minister stated a committee has been set as much as overview and compile schedules for the tutorial 12 months and examination. “The next meeting of the steering committee has been scheduled for January 30.”

Ghani stated it was essential for at least 50% of the scholars to return to high school. “In-person classes for Grade 9 to Grade 12 have started while rest of the educational institutions will open by February 1.”

The schooling minister stated the provincial authorities could be conducting a census of personal colleges.

On coronavirus measures, he stated random testing will proceed at academic establishments. Ghani mirrored that each well being and schooling ministries would have differing opinions on the matter. “And that is how it should be.”

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